St. Francis Inter College was established in July 1972 by Most Rev. Fr. Dr. Dominic Athaide O. F. M. Cap. then Archbishop of Agra in a rented building. It had a humble beginning with 20 students and 3 classrooms. Rev. Fr. Jose Maliekal was the founding Principal. In 1973 Mission Sisters of Ajmer jointed Hathras Mission at the invitation of the Archbishop. They continue to render their valuable service for the growth and development of the Institution and Hathras at large. In 1983 Rev. Fr. Thomas K. K then principal shifted the school from Munni Lal Ki Bagichi, Agra Road, Hathras to the present campus. The first batch of class X passed out of the institution in 1986. The first batch of class XII appeared for the Board Examination in March 1994. With the blessing and laying down the foundation stone for the Jesu Christi Jayanti 2000 Jubilee wing(present senior wing) by Rev. Fr. Jose Maliekal on 6th February 2005 the institution has an extended campus. Rev. Fr. Sebastian Panthaladi, Rev. Fr. John Lewis, Rev. Fr. Vijayan, Rev. Fr. John Fereiara, Rev. Fr. Jose Akkara and Rev. Fr. Paul Thannickal are the other Principals/Managers who dedicated their lives for the progress of the school. We salute those Rev. Fathers. Rev. Sisters, Teachers and all those who rendered their sweat and life for the growth and welfare of the Institution, May God bless and reward them all. St. Francis Inter College is a minority Christian Institutions granted minority rights by the Article 30 of the Indian Constitution. The primary aim of St Francis Inter College is to impart sound religious, moral and social formation to the members of the Christian community. It also imparts education to all other students in tune with the national aspirations and makes them morally, socially, physically and mentally fit to become active, useful and worthy citizens of India.
Updated on: [September 22, 2017]